Mr. and Mrs. North work with the New York Police Department to investigate a hypnotic murder
As far as NYPD captain William Weigand is concerned, there’s nothing more inconvenient than a murder victim with a name. Names—not just ordinary names, but boldfaced names—mean headlines, and headlines mean headaches. Prof. Jameson Elwell was a boldfaced name of the first order, a celebrity psychologist who took the unusual step of reporting his own murder. Moments after he was shot, he called the police department, but he wasn’t able to say who killed him before he breathed his last.
At least Weigand can be thankful that Jerry and Pamela North aren’t involved yet. Once they learn of the circumstances of Elwell’s death, and hear the rumors that hypnosis was involved, the amateur sleuths won’t be able to help sticking their noses into the case. They may find the killer, but it will all be very inconvenient indeed.
Murder Is Suggested is the 23rd book in the Mr. and Mrs. North Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.